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New scooter helmet law in effect

Any Pulaski County residents thinking of riding their moped or scooter to Radford should make sure to wear a helmet. As of Jan. 1, a new law went into effect…

Pulaski man heading out of Haiti

It appears a Pulaski man who was stranded in Haiti with a mission group will make it home in time for the start of his spring courses at Radford University.…

Boucher talks about majorities

Ninth District Congressman Rick Boucher says “it’s almost certain Democrats will lose some seats” in the Congress and Senate come November based on the “historical pattern,” but he feels certain…

Flames gut home

Fire gutted an uninsured Newbern home Tuesday evening, leaving a woman and her daughter homeless. Miller Farris, chief of Newbern Fire Department, said the first fire units arrived at the…

DUI driver convicted on 3 counts

A felony maiming charge against the driver in an August wreck was not prosecuted Tuesday, but the man was convicted of three other misdemeanor charges. Pulaski County Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney…

Boucher talks about the NRV

They may not bring large numbers of jobs, but the tax base and high pay they offer are what has Ninth District Congressman Rick Boucher showcasing Southwest Virginia to data…

Authorities await toxicology report

Authorities are awaiting the results of toxicology tests before making a ruling as to why the body of a Roanoke City man was found floating in the New River Sunday.…

Flames gut home

Fire gutted an uninsured Newbern home Tuesday evening, leaving a woman and her daughter homeless. Miller Farris, chief of Newbern Fire Department, said the first fire units arrived at the…

DUI driver convicted on 3 counts

A felony maiming charge against the driver in an August wreck was not prosecuted Tuesday, but the man was convicted of three other misdemeanor charges. Pulaski County Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney…

Boucher talks about the NRV

They may not bring large numbers of jobs, but the tax base and high pay they offer are what has Ninth District Congressman Rick Boucher showcasing Southwest Virginia to data…